Eaton Court

Address: 32 Hill Lane, Southampton, Hampshire, England, SO15 5AY, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 32 Hill Lane, Southampton, is near The City Art Gallery, Titanic Engineer Officers Memorial, The Central Parks, and Mayflower Memorial.
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    Travel Blogs from Southampton

    Burnie. Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by jane49 on Mar 04, 2015

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    ... were very good. We then had lunch at the edge of the national park. There was a photo exhibition which was amazing, showing the natural world in all its glory. During our trip into the park we were lucky enough to see wild wallabies, wombats and a porcupine, it was a very good trip. The weather was iffy, we needed brollys and waterproofs, but soon dried off. Our return to the mainland was again bumpy, but not too ...

    Melbourne the city of trams.

    A travel blog entry by jane49 on Mar 04, 2015

    3 photos

    ... back packers building that we were going to otherwise David would have gone into business selling mode. The guy wasn't too happy with us going there until we told him why we were going. It was actually a travel agents where we were meeting underneath the backpackers. Within ten minutes of getting there, we were invaded by an entertainments officer, dancers, singers, and P&O crew. ...

    Tauranga New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by jane49 on Feb 28, 2015

    4 photos

    ... how they have to bring in loads of bees and let them loose to pollinate the flowers. They have to feed the bees because the flowers have no nectar for them to feed on. Rotorua was very interesting, we saw the geyser and bubbling hot mud pool, we were shown around by a Maori, who claimed that this was their clans land. The revenue from the visitors enabled a school to be run on the site, to which Maoris from all over could come and for three years ...

    Delayed start

    A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Jan 10, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... the Promenade Deck. (3 laps = 0.9 mile) where I met Mike, Roger & Hazel and several other fellow travellers.

    We watched the dock hands slip off the ropes at about half past midnight and we began to glide out of Southampton and headed out to the stricken car transporter on our port side, beautifully floodlit, but clearly at a non-seaworthy jaunty angle.

    Time for bed.


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    A travel blog entry by audreyatsea on Nov 25, 2014

    ... So we are delighted to offer another in-depth Arctic itinerary, departing in 2016, taking in Norway, Iceland and Greenland in one amazing cruise. Over 26 nights we’ll take you north, close to the North Pole, to see awe-inspiring scenery, elusive wildlife, ancient cultures and natural phenomena such as the Midnight Sun. With not a tourist trail in sight, this sailing is designed to take you ...